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===Chapter 5: Retake Weathertop===
 
===Chapter 5: Retake Weathertop===
 
[[Candaith]] states that he has news of [[Radagast]], but he must ask for the player's aid one last time. The orders that were given to [[Uzorr]] state that the [[Uruk-hai]] are planning to take control of [[Amon Sûl]] under cover of night. Candaith wishes to attack them before they do so and defeat [[Rigûl]], their leader.
 
[[Candaith]] states that he has news of [[Radagast]], but he must ask for the player's aid one last time. The orders that were given to [[Uzorr]] state that the [[Uruk-hai]] are planning to take control of [[Amon Sûl]] under cover of night. Candaith wishes to attack them before they do so and defeat [[Rigûl]], their leader.
 
The player along with the help of the [[Rangers of the North|Ranger]] Candaith work their way up the narrow path to Amon Sûl, fighting small band of [[Goblins]] along the way. The path forks about half way up the side of [[Weathertop]].
 
 
Candaith takes the path to the right while the player takes the path to the left. The player fights off one band of [[Orcs]] lead by the Orc War-master [[Bûb-hosh]] and then another band of Orcs further up the path lead by the Orc War-master [[Muz]].
 
 
The player continues up and meets up with Candaith. He says that he is injured and cannot go on. The player confronts the Uruk-hai War-master Rigûl without the aid of the Ranger.
 
  
 
===Chapter 6: Protected by the Eglain===
 
===Chapter 6: Protected by the Eglain===
[[Candaith]] says that he tracked [[Radagast]] and found that he made friends with the [[Eglain]], [[Men]] made some ruins in the [[Lone-lands]] their home. The Eglain are a solitary and quiet people, having shunned societal obligation for a simple life. Because of this nature, they are wary of anyone who wishes to traffic with them or their allies, and it seems that Radagast has enlisted their aid. but at some time in the distant past.
 
 
Candaith states that the player must first earn the trust before they will provide you an audience with Radagast. He suggests you talk to [[Gadaric Munce]] at [[the Forsaken Inn]].
 
  
 
===Chapter 7: Radagast the Brown===
 
===Chapter 7: Radagast the Brown===
After the player has earned the trust of the [[Eglain]].<ref>This is accomplished with doing quests that grant reputation among the Eglain. These are side quests are not part of the epic story line.</ref> [[Gadaric Munce]] informs the player that [[Radagast]] has taken residence in a tower in the ruins of [[Ost Guruth]], the place the Eglain call home.
 
  
 
===Chapter 8: The Red Swamp===
 
===Chapter 8: The Red Swamp===
The player is informed by [[Radagast]] that he has noticed that the [[bog-prowlers]] are becoming twisted shadows of their former selves. He wishes to inspect the moss that they line their nests with to determine what is fouling the land. He asks the player not to harm the bog-prowlers.
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The player is informed by [[Radagast]] that he traveled to Ost Guruth because he sensed an aura of corruption from the [[Red Swamp]]. He has noticed that the [[bog-prowlers]] are becoming twisted shadows of their former selves. He wishes to inspect the moss that they line their nests with to determine what is fouling the land. He askes the player not to harm the bog-prowlers.
  
 
===Chapter 9: The Bloated Dead===
 
===Chapter 9: The Bloated Dead===
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==Comparison with Published Works==
 
==Comparison with Published Works==
 
[[Category:Shadows of Angmar books|Red Maid, The]]
 
[[Category:Shadows of Angmar books|Red Maid, The]]
 
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